Urban Photographer Of The Year

The CBRE Urban Photographer of the Year competition is the largest of its kind, celebrating the richness and diversity of city life around the world by challenging both amateur and professional photographers alike to capture the essence of the urban environment. The deadline for applications is 30th of November.

The Contest invites the entrants to submit original photos capturing the essence of “The Connected City,” at any time of the day, be it poignant, inspiring, quirky or amusing. 

There are plenty of exciting prizes up for grabs, from a photography trip of a lifetime, drones, GoPro packages and more. Additionally, each winner will be featured in and awarded the highly sought after UPOTY coffee table book distributed all over the world.

Main criteria

  • The competition is open to individuals 13 years of age or older as of date of registration;
  •  Minors in their jurisdiction of residence must have the consent of their parent or legal guardian to enter. Photos must be in .jpg format; at least 300 dpi; saved in RGB/SRGB colour. Photos must be between 1MB and 8MB in size;
  • Watermarks are allowed but not encouraged;
  • If your photo is selected as a winner, you will be expected to supply a photograph without a watermark for use in any competition promotion, including the Urban Photographer of the Year coffee table book;
  • The competition is open for citizens of all countries.

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